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Digital Project Manager

  • Salary:circa £31,000 (inclusive of ILWA) pro-rata
  • Location:London SE1, flexible working option
  • Job type:Part time (21-28 hrs/wk), 12 month contract
  • Closing date:08 January 2019, 9.00 am
  • Interview date:17 January 2019

This is an exciting new role for a talented project manager experienced in delivering web rebuild or other digital projects to enable Carers UK to redevelop our suite of websites.

You will possess excellent planning, team working and organisational skills, and be able to anticipate areas that could potentially throw the delivery of the project off track and take steps to avoid these escalating.

In this role you will need to be passionate about reaching and supporting more carers through digital approaches. You will therefore have experience of involving service users in research and testing, be highly familiar with analysing data to identify trends, and using insights to develop digital content.

Ideally office based at 20 Great Dover Street, London, SE1 4LX, though remote working will be considered with a commitment to work in the office for a minimum of 1 day per week.

About Carers UK

Sooner or later, most of us will face the challenge of caring for family and friends who are older, disabled or seriously ill. But it’s rarely in the plan.

Carers UK is the national membership charity for the 6.5 million people in the UK who are unpaid carers – and who save the UK a staggering £132 billion per year.

As an organisation we provide expert information and advice for carers, campaign for greater recognition and support for carers, and use our experience and expertise to help other organisations do more for carers.

Closing date: Tuesday 8 January, 9am

First interview: Thursday 17 January

Completed application forms should be emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 


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